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Portal Combat is a modification which combines VALVe's Portal Tecnology with an unique combat system.
That's right! Welcome to the official Portal: Combat F.A.Q. I just decided to make a FAQ because of i got bored to answer the same questions 100 times again. This FAQ will be updated once a month, so please don't forget to read this before you are asking shit some one other asked already.
Last updated: 05/11/2011
Q: This mod must be so bad you have to add sexuality to it just to make it interesting.
A: No, but clones are normally naked. Babies are naked too.
Q:How you will add Weapons to Portal? The Source Code is not Open.
A: We will whipe up a completly new code if we cant get the original one.
Q:Will the final version contain any Left 4 Dead or CSS Content?
A: The final version will use: Some CSS Content, L4D Content is not decided yet.
Q:Can i haveyour < Content name here > ? A: I gues you are not serious, are you?
Q: It's not fun to shoot through a portal and kill zombies, which can't see you! A: The mod will have its own AI for path finding for the NPCs. Please note we will not have Zombies.
Q: When does the mod come out? A:UPDATED: It comes out when its done, and definatly before 2015.
Q: Do you will change to Portal 2? A:We will see. We have to look which game supports our concept better. UPDATE: Currently it looks like Portal 1 has the better Mod support so it looks like we will still use Portal 1.
If A.M.M.D. see any of this Questions in the comments again he will bang his head against the next wall.
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